Exports In 2021, Poland exported $10.1M in Live Fish, making it the 34th largest exporter of Live Fish in the world. At the same year, Live Fish was the 816th most exported product in Poland. The main destination of Live Fish exports from Poland are: Austria ($3.05M), Germany ($2.41M), France ($1.44M), Lithuania ($955k), and Denmark ($687k).
The fastest growing export markets for Live Fish of Poland between 2020 and 2021 were Lithuania ($748k), Denmark ($686k), and Germany ($638k).
Imports In 2021, Poland imported $31.1M in Live Fish, becoming the 15th largest importer of Live Fish in the world. At the same year, Live Fish was the 739th most imported product in Poland. Poland imports Live Fish primarily from: Czechia ($9.03M), Denmark ($8.44M), Italy ($3.41M), Netherlands ($2.58M), and France ($1.1M).
The fastest growing import markets in Live Fish for Poland between 2020 and 2021 were Czechia ($3.53M), Italy ($1.78M), and Netherlands ($1.18M).
Tariffs In 2003, the average tariff for Poland in Live Fish was 20.4%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Live Fish were Angola (Autonomous rates, 40%), Burundi (Autonomous rates, 40%), Benin (Autonomous rates, 40%), Burkina Faso (Autonomous rates, 40%), and Central African Republic (Autonomous rates, 40%).